TCU football players among 15 students accused of drug dealing
1, 2011 file photo, a parachutist lands inside the Rose Bowl flying a TCU flag prior to the Rose Bowl NCAA college football game between TCU and Wisconsin, in Pasadena, Calif. Police say four TCU football players are among 17 students who have been
Correction: An earlier version of this post, citing Fort Worth police, incorrectly identified a former student who was arrested. Austin Williams Carpenter, 26, is not involved in the case, NBCDFW.com reported. Original post:
Brock was TCU's leading tackler in 2010, on a team that received a BCS bowl bid. An all-Mountain West selection as a sophomore, he recorded 106 tackles, including nine in the Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin. He underwent
[Updated at 11:08 a.m. ET Thursday] Fifteen Texas Christian University students, including four members of its Top 25 football team, were arrested Wednesday morning on suspicion of selling drugs, the school and police said.
This morning, TCU Campus Police received a call from an unidentified person indicating that unspecified action would occur at the University's bookstore later today. It is not unexpected to receive such calls in response to
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